Love Thy Neighbour (1972–1976)

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Jack Smethurst ...
 Eddie Booth (55 episodes, 1972-1976)
Rudolph Walker ...
 Bill Reynolds (55 episodes, 1972-1976)
Nina Baden-Semper ...
 Barbie Reynolds / ... (55 episodes, 1972-1976)
Kate Williams ...
 Joan Booth (55 episodes, 1972-1976)
Tommy Godfrey ...
 Arthur (48 episodes, 1972-1976)
Keith Marsh ...
 Jacko (48 episodes, 1972-1976)
Paul Luty ...
 Nobby Garside (33 episodes, 1973-1976)
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13 April 1972 (UK)  »

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It's not that he's black, he's a tory!
25 July 2004 | by (West Midlands) – See all my reviews

A controversial, yet classic sitcom from the 70's. Based around the lives of Eddie (the proud British unionist), his wife Joan, Bill (the proud black ethnic tory)and his lovely wife Barbie. Often stereotyped by those who have never really watched the series as 'racist', Love Thy Neighbour was far removed from such a stereotype. Looking at the lighter side of the attitudes at the time, Eddie's and Bill's disagreements were perfectly balanced with friendship (who could forget the episode when Eddie drags Bill out on the town?!).

Eddie and Bill's characters are presented as equals, and both have different views on life (whether it'd be labour, tory, or black power!) but more often than not, when they argue and bicker, both come out looking as bad as each other.

Anybody faulting Love Thy Neigbhour for it's views should take a closer look at the series first. A show that positioned Bill (Rudolph Walker) in such a prominant powerful role, and presented him as such a strong upstanding character was way ahead of it's time (when other shows were still presenting ethnic minorities as 'comedy' characters).


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